Jacque Jordan is a Florida Registered Paralegal as recognized by the Florida Bar. Ms. Jordan graduated with honors, cum laude, from Hodges University in Fort Myers with a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies. She has held the title of Notary Public since 1995.
Ms. Jordan began her journey in the legal profession in the later 1990’s, serving in many public servant roles over a span of 25 years, both in Florida’s 16th and 20th Judicial Circuits. The offices where she served include the Office of the Public Defender, Officer with Pretrial Services, Office of the General Magistrate, and Office of the Judiciary as a Judicial Assistant in both County and Circuit Courts. She has enjoyed the opportunity of service in every division of Florida’s State Court System including criminal (misdemeanor and felony), domestic relations (family and domestic violence), civil litigation, probate, and juvenile dependency and advocacy. In 2003 during her time as Judicial Assistant to the only sitting Judge in Marathon, Florida, was recognized along with her Honor by receiving the Chief Judge’s Commendation as an outstanding public servant within the 16th Judicial Circuit of Florida.
Having graduated from Hodges University after already working in the legal profession for 20+ years, Ms. Jordan began entertaining the idea of moving into the private sector which she did in 2018. In her first role as a civil litigation legal assistant/paralegal outside of the Court System she met and worked for Attorney Kristie Scott until Attorney Scott ventured out to open and found Light Path Law, P.A. Ms. Jordan went on to a larger law firm where she worked for a couple of years as a Paralegal in the Torts and Insurance Defense department, as well as Worker’s Compensation. After some time, the opportunity arose for Ms. Jordan to work with Attorney Scott again at Light Path Law, P.A.
Ms. Jordan has been active in practicing her Christian faith for over thirty years and as such has had extraordinary occasions in serving on worship teams, creative arts and drama teams, leadership training, hosting small groups, teaching bible studies, leading vacation bible schools, and many community outreaches. One of her most special moments in Christian services was serving in the woman’s prison ministry, overseas mission trips to Chihuahua Mexico and Chincha, Peru where she visited orphanages, schools, hospitals, and performed street evangelism after devastating earthquakes hit the area. She believes that she is called to be a light in darkness and share her hope through her Christian testimony.
1 Peter 3:15 “But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.”